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Jay Black is a singer belonging to the United States. He is also commonly known from his stage name "The Voice." He became popular initially when he was the lead singer of the famous 1960's band "Jay and the Americans." The group used to perform at different colleges and universities, from where their talent was finally discovered in early 60s. Later that year, they appeared for auditions of Leiber & Stoller. The band released its very first single in 1962 titled She Cried. The track was an instant hit and made it to the Billboard chart. If you wish to attend The Voice's upcoming live concert, get cheap Jay Black Gary Puckett tickets today!
Jay and the Americans band originated from Queens, New York and the initial lineup was made up of Sandy Deanne, John Jay Traynor, Kenny Vance and Howard Kane. During that period, the band couldn't make it to mainstream. However, when the lead singer was replaced by Black, the band managed to find success. Apart from his work with the band, Black released some solo singles as well, which were considered as "northern soul classics" and managed to leave quite an impression on the music industry.
Jay Black started to sing at a very young age. When he was five, he sang in public for the first time at a concert named "Let's Lock the Door." At fourteen, Black started to play drums and guitar. Today, guitar is his main instrument. Black has released a number of singles and albums with his band and as a solo singer as well. He is one of the most accomplished artists of his genre. After the breakup of the band, Jack and the Americans kept on appearing in concerts together for the sake of fans, who weren't ready to let go of their music.
Gary Puckett is a singer and instrumentalist belonging to Hibbing, Minnesota. He started playing guitar while still in his early teens. He gave up studies to further pursue his musical career and started playing with different bands until he joined a relatively successful group named Outcasts. The ensemble consisted of Gary Withem, Kerry Chater, Paul Wheatbread and Dwight Bement. After Puckett joined the band in 1966, they embarked on a tour across Pacific Northwest. In 1967, the band was renamed as the "The Union Gap." The group also adopted a new style of appearing in uniforms of the civil army.
The first single released by the band was Woman Woman. The song was an instant hit and introduced them to the mainstream for the very first time. The song also made it to the Billboard "Hot 100" list at number four. The single was followed by a number of others that were instant hits, such as Lady Willpower, Young Girl, Don't Give into Him and Over You. While their songs could never make it to number one within United States, their track "Young Girl" managed to peak UK Singles Chart. Six years later when the song was rereleased, it made it to number six once again.
After various eventful incidents, many of the band members left. However, Puckett kept the name and made The Union Gap his backup group. Now Jay Black and Gary Puckett are going to perform together at the Bergen Performing Arts Center. The fans of both the musicians are very excited to be seeing their favorite singers on the stage together. If you are one of them, you better hurry up and book your cheap Jay Black Gary Puckett tickets before there are none left in the market!